Todd Mauldin plays the blues at the Mustang Ranch in Nevada. Here is his take on the experience: “Bikers, Whores, Bluesmen and Sinning Responsibly” — video and all.
Author Mark St. Amant talks to actor, writer, comedian Rob Delaney about what makes something funny, Klondike bars, manhood, and a very naughty word beginning with “C.”
Is there really nothing left to steal? Nothing at all except for 21 tons of ketchup and mustard. An all-larceny Dudes in the News spectacular.
Prizewinning author Oscar Hijuelos talks to Andrew Ladd about his new memoir, growing up in Harlem, and men’s struggle for identity.
In this week’s Dudes in the News, Dave Ford gives the Associated Press what for. What for? There’s only one way to find out.
More mischief from misunderstood men in this week’s Dudes in the News.
Odd Future are one of the most buzzworthy, talented, and controversial young acts in music. Kevin Lincoln considers how their lyrical content—which includes bursts of misogyny and homophobia—should influence the way we listen.
Never formulaic—but always punctual—this week’s roundup of wacky news features stupid criminals failing to do the math.
A modern-day folk hero in the tradition of John Dillinger and Pretty Boy Floyd, the Barefoot Bandit captured the imagination of a country going through hard times.
Also: How not to join the mile-high club, how to compose an effective note for a silent bank robbery, and how to punch a teenage girl in the face.
Noam Galai’s self-portrait was appropriated by street artists, T-shirt makers, publishers, and protesters around the world—without his permission. This is the inside story of a shy, private young man who no longer owns his own face.
She claims that the strictures of traditional psychology encourage “repression as opposed to encouraging people to open up.”
More true tales of men behaving oddly in (and around) moving vehicles.
The hunt for a theoretical particle reveals an alarming trend in science: the competition to be the next “great man”—at any cost.